Fishexplorer.com plunges into new waters, adds information on rivers
Already the premier resource for facts on Colorado lakes, Fishexplorer.com has recently added rivers to its deep base of knowledge about fishing waters in the state.
In addition to insights on 135 lakes, the site now features 26 river sections, each with its own dedicated page. New river sections will be added on a regular basis, and the site allows members to submit detailed information about the rivers. In addition to member contributions, Fishexplorer.com has added a report system for professionals, such as guides and fly shops.
“With the addition of rivers to FishExplorer.com, we are now able to give every type of fisherman in Colorado the information they need to plan trips, ask advice, find current information and make their fishing trips successful. We put all the information in one place on the web,” said president Matt Snider.
Fishexplorer.com tracks river gauges to reflect current stream flows in each section. The website also provides recommendations on maximum and minimum fishable flows for each section, and anglers can learn about common insects and fish species for each section.
Paid subscribers will find hatch charts, historic reports, and more detailed information on river section flows in addition. Subscription features also include wind forecasts, barometric pressure history, wind history, sky-cover forecasts, moon phases, and a private map-based fish log.
by: Good Sam on 3/18/2010 9:04:00 PM Please help us out by postin reports when you go.
by: PostToastee on 3/30/2010 12:58:00 AM Just posted one up on Sunday's trip up from Pleasure Park on the main channel of the Gunnison. I think it would be good to break up the lower Gunnison that you already have into two sections. The Black Canyon section to include the East Portal, and trails going down into the canyon such as Chucker. Then have a section from the Smith Fork down to Pleasure Park as they fish differently depending on the hatches and have different demands. $0.02.
Looking forward to seeing this grow. My bother and sister-in-law do the lakes and I am getting back into the rivers. thx